Court in the Middle

Court in the Middle From to Andrew Fraser was a leading criminal solicitor with a successful national practice Then it all went horribly wrong In he was charged with being knowingly concerned with the imp

  • Title: Court in the Middle
  • Author: Andrew Fraser
  • ISBN: 9781740665551
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From 1975 to 2001, Andrew Fraser was a leading criminal solicitor with a successful national practice Then it all went horribly wrong In 1999 he was charged with being knowingly concerned with the importation of a commercial quantity of cocaine Fraser pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing, trafficking a small quantity, and using cocaine over a period of time He wasFrom 1975 to 2001, Andrew Fraser was a leading criminal solicitor with a successful national practice Then it all went horribly wrong In 1999 he was charged with being knowingly concerned with the importation of a commercial quantity of cocaine Fraser pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing, trafficking a small quantity, and using cocaine over a period of time He was sentenced to seven years in maximum security prison Court in the Middle describes his early years growing up in a family of lawyers, running hard to build a criminal law practice his successful years with a national practice, and defending high profile, sometimes notorious, clients He also discusses his relationship with cocaine, addiction and deals, crime and punishment, and the shocking details of his time spent in a maximum security prison.

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    • I read this book on the recommendation of a friend and while I’m pleased I did so, I am happy enough to leave Mr Fraser and his experiences behind.Who is Andrew Fraser? He was a successful criminal lawyer of some 30 years experience. During this time he represented some of Australia’s more colourful (read underworld) ‘identities’ and would have been well known on both sides of the law. Alas, Mr Fraser developed a cocaine habit which is what ultimately introduced him to the inside of the [...]


    • Not a bad read. Becomes a little long winded. It is scary that our justice system can be so infiltrated by amoral people. Pity there is not some type of test to weed them out - or prevent them from working in that field in the first place.



    • After finishing Lunatic Soup, I was quick to grab Court In The Middle. It felt almost that I started Lunatic Soup in the middle of a story, and I wanted to catch up and see what happened before hand.The one thing that struck me with Court In The Middle is that writing wise, it didn’t feel to be written as well as Lunatic Soup. It felt almost, that Mr Fraser had been able to remove the emotion out of his writing in the second book, which is what made it so easy and enjoyable to read. Court In T [...]


    • This was recommended to me by my husband, and I found it quite an easy read; so much so, that I finished this book in about 2 days. As some other reviewers mentioned, towards the end, it felt a little long winded, but I sympathised with Andrew the entire book, and his telling of events really allowed me to feel as if I were in his place. I am shocked, yet not surprised at the state of our legal system, and I'd love to see a royal commission, however I realise that this is highly unlikely.


    • A convicted drug addict claiming his sentence was unfair Hmm I just can't seem to drum up much sympathy. Luckily, Fraser doesn't really seek it either. Although it's interesting to read about the inner workings and corruption of the Victorian Police in the 80's and 90's, and to take a peek into the lives and times of Australia's notorious criminals, my conclusion is that Andrew Fraser is more impressed with his knowing the who's who of crime and corruption than I am.


    • ALways wanted to know the true story about what happened to put THE Andrew Fraser behind bars.I am now satisfied and shocked by the entire sordid mess.Bravo for Andrew for surviving such a horrible situation behind bars and such a long sentence. Andrew's book but does reinforce the stupidity of using drugs and what they can cost you.A book written straight from the heart - good job


    • This wasn't a bad book for a non fiction written by an ex lawyer who went to prison and paid a massive price for his mistake.





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